Experience a different side of Waikiki.

Lotus Honolulu
at Diamond Head Beach

Located on the edge of Waikiki, the AAA Three Diamond Lotus Honolulu is the perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle – steps away from Kaimana Beach. Whether you’re looking for the perfect spot to unwind or craving the excitement of the Waikiki, our location provides a seamless balance of island living and adventure. With exclusive boutique hotel amenities, our location at the foot of Diamond Head will make you feel special. At the Lotus Honolulu, we curate an upscale yet relaxing experience with personalized touches to make your stay truly spectacular.

Convenient amenities include: Wi-Fi access throughout the hotel, complimentary wine hour (Wednesdays to Sundays), in-room espresso system.

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Property Features

*Subject to availability. Visit our front desk for more information.
Services marked with ($) are available at an additional charge and are not covered under the daily resort fee.

Complimentary Wine

Enjoy wine, complimentary for hotel guests, Wednesday through Sunday from 5:00pm to 6:30pm. Up to 2 glasses per person.

Beach Cruiser Bikes

One of the best ways to explore Waikiki and Honolulu is via bicycle. We are pleased to offer unlimited use of our beach cruiser bikes during your stay, subject to availability.

Warm up with a quick lap around Kapiolani Park. Take a leisurely morning ride around Diamond Head crater. Cruise along the Ala Wai Canal promenade on your way to Ala Moana Beach Park. Or, grab a beach chair and towel and find your own secluded beach spot nearby. Visit our front desk for more information.

Day Car Rental

With Hui, you can rent a car for an hour or day. Simply reserve a date and time and unlock a car through the app – skip the rental counter and paperwork! Best of all, the car is located on property so you can easily explore Waikiki, Downtown Honolulu, Kakaako, or venture out to the North Shore.

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Where the Mountain Meets the Sea

The Lotus Honolulu offers guests the best of both worlds—with views of Waikiki’s Gold Coast and the iconic Diamond Head crater. Regardless of where you stand, this icon known as “Leahi” in Hawaiian soars above all. The magnificent crater at the edge of Waikiki was named Diamond Head in the 19th century when British sailors thought they discovered precious diamonds on the slopes.

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